Good news for those of us in the Bay Area who missed the Marfa Amigos show at Heath's LA outpost earlier this year. The husband and wife artist team of Jamey Garza and Constance Holt are bringing their Marfa sensibility and designs to Heath's new factory and showroom in San Francisco.
The original Marfa Amigos show came about after Heath's LA studio director and potter Adam Silverman befriended Jamey Garza and Constance Holt on a visit to Marfa, Texas. The LA show was such a success that the two studios have launched a Garza/Heath collaboration: first up, Table No 1., a tiled coffee table that has been finished in time for their show that opens tomorrow. Garza Marfa runs from September 29 through November 11th at Heath San Francisco, with the opening reception â€¨on Saturday, September 29, from 5 to 8pmâ€¨. Go to Heath Ceramics for more details.
Photography courtesy of Heath Ceramics.
Above: Garza small stools for $750. Constance Holt pillows for $390 each.
Above: Garza chairs around a table setting. To purchase any of the products from the show, contact Heath Ceramics in SF for availability.
Above: Constance Holt's colorful napkins with detailed stitched rows in separate colors. The hemp and linen cocktail napkins are $48 for a set of four, and dinner napkins are $96 for a set of four.
Above: Inspired by the colors of Holt's textiles, Bailey pulled together a collection of Heath tiles for the table. The Heath Garza Tile Coffee Table is $2,600. Orders are now being taken for the table.
Above: The 1-inch-by-3-inch tiles being laid into place.
Above: Garza's Oval Saddle Leather Chairs in situ at Heath's new San Francisco showroom and factory. "The way we use saddle leather buckets and upholstery shows the hand work exclusive to each piece," Garza says. "It allows things to be natural and imperfect much like Heath Ceramics." The Oval Saddle Leather Chair is available for $1,300.
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